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Kurt Vile | Loading Zones | Single Review

Matador Records Kurt Vile’s new single “Loading Zones” is one of folksy, punk vibes that gives a sense of nostalgia to the listener. It kind of gives off a sense of adventure, especially the lyrics, “One stop shop life for the quick fix / Before

Dragon boat team races to glory

Get to know CU’s next big deal It may come as a surprise to some students when they hear that CU Denver has its very own dragon boat team, but it’s a team that’s quickly gaining recognition in the dragon boating world. Dragon boating is

AMC developing edible form of chemotherapy

A new grant can result in alternative cancer treatments Thanks to a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to the Anschutz Medical Campus, cancer patients may be soon eating their chemotherapy at home via edible chemotherapy. Dr. Tom Anchordoquy, a professor at

Big rain at Big Gig 2018

Damp weather and Jared Leto hit Fiddler’s Green This year’s Big Gig took place on July 15 at its usual spot; Fiddler’s Green Ampitheater. The day was a bit chilly and had a forecast for heavy rain, but nevertheless, at 1:30 p.m. when doors opened

Student Wellness Center now open

Ready to Get In Shape, CU? On Aug. 1, CU Denver opened the doors to the Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center. Now, students can get and stay in shape with other CU Denver students right on campus. After a vote from students to

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CU President Benson to retire

After a 10-year reign, benson is stepping down Over the past 10 years, Bruce D. Benson has served as the figurehead for the CU system; next summer his reign will come to an end. President Benson will be retiring after having become CU’s longest-serving leader

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CVA will be closing for the summer

Students must seek new places to live Most students on campus have had the immense pleasure of living at Campus Village Apartments (CVA) for at least a year, especially if they are from out of state or live too far away to commute. Some of

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Non-traditional Greek life update

Greek Life at CU denver is just around the corner Greek Life on campus has had a small presence at Metro State, but soon it’ll be at CU Denver as well. Some students may still be apprehensive about Greek life, but Amanda French, the graduate

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Thousands participate in Denver’s March for Our Lives

“Enough is enough” Saturday, March 24, was a significant day of protest for domestic tranquility. Over 800 marches took place across the country, according to the March For Our Lives website. The cause was to raise awareness for school gun violence and advocate for better

Foreign language education is lacking

CU Denver needs more language requirements Currently, according to ilanguages.org, 60 percent of people in the world speak multiple languages—meaning that a minority of the world population can only speak one language. However, according to The Atlantic, only one percent of American adults can speak